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The 2020 Calgary Stampeders season will be the 63rd season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 86th overall. The Stampeders will attempt to qualify for the playoffs for the 16th straight year and win the ninth Grey Cup championship in franchise history.

Energy Citizens Grey Cup Rodeo Our wonderful partners at the city of Calgary will be extending the Free Fair Zone from downtown to include Victoria Park Stampede, as well as increasing the operating hours of Sea trades on Thursday, Friday and Saturday night to ensure that our guests at the Grey Cup Festival have easy access to the festival site ... It was 19 years until Calgary once again reached the Grey Cup, losing 24–21 to Ottawa in the 1968 final and not until 1971 when they were crowned champions, defeating the Toronto Argonauts 14–11. The Stampeders, like all the teams playing in the WIFU and IRFU, joined the newly-formed Canadian Football League in 1958.

2016 Calgary Stampeders Statistics 2016 Calgary Stampeders Results. The Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League ended the 2016 season with a record of 15 wins and 2 losses and 1 ties for 31 points, finishing first in the CFL's West Division. The team compiled a postseason mark of 1-1. Dave Dickenson coached the team. Nov 25, 2018 · On a frozen night in Edmonton, Alberta, the Calgary Stampeders outlasted the Ottawa REDBLACKS to win the 2018 Grey Cup championship. SUBSCRIBE TO THE CFL YOUTUBE CHANNEL The 2018 Calgary Stampeders season was the 61st season for the team in the Canadian Football League and their 84th overall. The Stampeders qualified for the playoffs for the 14th straight year and finished in first place in the West Division for the third straight year. 1991 Calgary Stampeders Statistics 1991 Calgary Stampeders Results. The Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League ended the 1991 season with a record of 11 wins and 7 losses for 22 points, finishing second in the CFL's West Division. The team compiled a postseason mark of 2-1. Wally Buono coached the team.